A Cornish October 11 / 10 / 2017

couple walking on the beach out of season breaks in cornwall

October in Cornwall is a magical month. The golden leaves crunch under foot, the door mice scurry and every now and then the warmth of the sun illuminates the landscape. Choosing to holiday with us in October is rather special, on our Duchy farm each of our 7 luxury cottages make a perfect home from home. Thick Cornish stone walls keep you warm and cosy, each renovated to a high standard with all the mod-cons you would expect. Log burners are ideal to warm your toes or to roast a few marshmallows. With private gardens and a kids play area there is plenty of space to play, chill or explore.

From that romantic getaway in a cottage made for two, like the popular Honeysuckle Cottage to The Farm House or The Courtyard – homes built to house family, extended family and friends!

Its no secret that our corner of Cornwall is a mecca for foodie holidays. From Rooke Cottages you can easily access the cream of North Cornwall’s restaurants from Rick Stein’s in Padstow to Nathan Outlaws in Port Isaac and Jamie Oliver’s 15 at Watergate bay. However you don’t need to splash out to sample the best of Cornwall, you are never far from an award winning pub, a steaming pasty or a café with a breathtaking view.

To work up that appetite you could explore the 300 miles of the South West Coast Path or the 2000 miles on footpaths that criss-cross the the county. Deserted beaches, the windswept moors and ancient woodland all beckon.

If you need more buzz than solitude, then don’t worry Cornwall doesn’t sleep as the season ends. Markets galore, independent shops, festivals and world class attractions like the Eden Project await (a great place to go if you need some tropical warmth!) .

After a packed-full day of holiday fun retreat to your lovely cottage, order in from Angels in the Kitchen if you like, kick back and relax!

For winter holidays or short breaks check our availability, and don’t forget some of our cottages are dog friendly too!

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